Special Thanks to Leo Nagtegaal for his continued support of Vega and her Missions of Mercy

A very special thanks to Leo Nagtegaal founder of Moduspec one of the Lloyds Register Group for his continued support of Vega and her yearly Missions of Mercy. Over the past few years Leo’s on going support has made possible several important improvements to the lives and standard of living for the many small communities we assist. His contributions range from establishing a metal workshop training center in Ermera East Timor to providing important medical equipment for our traditional midwife kits. Not only do these contributions continue to provide futures but also help insure good health for families to enjoy those futures.

On behalf of all the people you have helped; Thank you Leo for your kindness and understanding of what will really make a difference for those who are less fortunate.

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